Travel Guide | Cardiff

One of the best things about life is being able to explore different parts of the whole. Seeing different sights from beaches to buildings to shopping centres. Each town/city you visit you will find different things within them. The people and the surroundings are unique to the place. Travelling is something that I love to do. I feel like it gives me so much freedom and life. Staying in the same place for a long time can be draining - it's good to leave your hometown now and again.
This blog post is my first travel guide and I decided to do it on a place where James and I went for our anniversary. Cardiff is a place that over the last 10 years has improved so much. It's like they have done a town update.

If you are wanting to go to Cardiff but you are unsure of what is there and what you would like to do. Then look no further this blog post is to help you with that. I will be giving you a small travel guide to Cardiff.

Starting with the travel. Getting there I suggest if you have a car it'll save you a bit of money. If you haven't got a car then Train I feel like is the next best travel. To save money on getting a train I recommend booking your tickets before you go. At least a day before. Trainline have now got an app so you no longer need to worry about losing your tickets. It saves a lot of time.

When travelling to a new place it's always good to get your barrings first. Figure out what is where so it's harder for you to get lost. The best place to go in Cardiff in the Centre. The Cardiff Centre has the most things to do with walking and activities.

There are a lot of old buildings to see in Cardiff. One of them is the Castle. It's been around for a few centuries. It's full of things to explore and it even has a museum inside that tells you all about their history. It's a great place to bring your family and friends too. It has a house to explore which is where the rich people used to live. It has to most beautiful decorations.




One of the things I loved most about Cardiff was the little off streets that they have. The off streets have different kinds of cute shops. Such as Cafe's, bookshops and galleries. You never know what you might find as you walk down them. We found a perfectly lovely cafe called Nine Yards. it's a small cafe where they do home-made food such as pasta and garlic bread. It's a great place for a romantic date.

If you are looking for a place to find local food or local items. They are a Cardiff Market which has loads of different stalls such as food and comic book. It's a great place to just have a little look around and explore. You never know what kind of things you will find when you go in there.



Everything seems to cost a lot of money more nowadays. So when things are free it is really surprising. Just off the Centre of Cardiff about 5 minutes walk - there is a History/Art Museum which is free to enter and it's kid friendly too with a cafe. I didn't think it would have been as good as it was. There quite a bit to go through but they have done a good job in making it interesting.

Here is my travel guide for Cardiff. I hope you have got something from this. Comment below what place you would recommend people to go visit.

See you next time for another.

Meg!

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